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With tech at the top of so many kids’ holiday wish lists this year and so many gadgets on the market, it can be hard for parents to navigate through all the options. This year, Amazon is offering two kid-friendly devices that are not only affordable, they come fully equipped with everything kids and parents care about when it comes to kids and tablets.
The Amazon Fire Kids Edition is a speedy, full functional tablet in a durable case, complete with front and rear cameras, and expandable storage. Unlike other tablets, it’s got a two-year worry-free guarantee which lets you return the device if anything at all happens, no questions asked.
It even comes with a year free of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, for access to more than 10,000 pre-approved, kid-appropriate books, apps and games.
Amazon FreeTime also has extensive parental controls, so you can manage how your kids use the tablet. Set educational goals, limit screen time, and establish your own guidelines for the child-friendly web browser. It’s reassuring to know they have controlled access to the Internet, that still includes more than 40,000 hand-curated educational and entertaining YouTube videos and websites.
For the the avid young reader in your house, take a look at the Amazon’s new Kindle for Kids Bundle. Kindle FreeTime allows them to track their reading progress and accomplishments, while earning badges for achieving their goals. And individual profiles means kids can keep their own books separate from yours, even if you’re all on the same Amazon account. Just pick books from your existing Kindle library for them, or you can choose to purchase directly for their own profile which is so easy.
What’s more, the bundle includes a kid-friendly cover and two-year SquareTrade warranty, essentials when it comes to kids and their own tech devices.
With so many families already using Amazon tablets and e-readers, it’s nice that now there are two options made just for kids, complete with the parental controls that are a must these days.
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